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Linux Mint Programs

Notepad++ NppFTP jEdit Homebank Meld FreeFileSync Amarok Audacity Unetbootin Notepad++ NppFTP jEdit Homebank Meld FreeFileSync Amarok Audacity Unetbootin sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/ppa -y sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unetbootin -y sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/ppa -y sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unetbootin -y Preview function on panel icons accidentally disabled Open System Settings in the main … Continue reading “Linux Mint Programs”

Define a Specific Sidebar Using Custom Fields

Do you want to define the custom sidebar for specific posts by replacing the get_sidebar() function? While there can be no plugin to achieve this, we have created a quick code snippet that you can use to define a specific sidebar using custom field in WordPress. Instructions: All you have to do is add this … Continue reading “Define a Specific Sidebar Using Custom Fields”

Generate WordPress theme templates with Underscores Components

You might already know about Underscores, often abbreviated as _s, which is a popular starter theme for WordPress. This is a big project maintained by Automattic which is the company operating WordPress. Recently they created another tool called Components. This is a free online theme generator built on WordPress with custom blueprints made for portfolios, … Continue reading “Generate WordPress theme templates with Underscores Components”

How to install Ubuntu server 16.04 and the Webmin GUI

If you need to add Linux to your data center, consider giving Ubuntu server a try. Follow these steps to install Ubuntu server 16.04 and the Webmin GUI admin tool. Chances are, you have to look to open source to power some aspect of your business. If that aspect happens to be a server in … Continue reading “How to install Ubuntu server 16.04 and the Webmin GUI”

How to Build A Fully Customized WordPress Login Page

Many of you, I believe, are familiar with the WordPress login page at wp-login.php. It looks nice, and works fine. But when it comes to creating a website for clients, you might want a more customized login page, so that it integrates nicely with the website design as a whole. In addition, having a customized … Continue reading “How to Build A Fully Customized WordPress Login Page”

How to Create phpinfo File and Check PHP Information

If you’re looking for a way to check your website’s PHP configuration, also known as phpinfo, you’ve come to the right place. For example, you might want to check whether your PHP configurations meet the requirements of any software you want to run on your server. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create … Continue reading “How to Create phpinfo File and Check PHP Information”

Configuring the PHP Development Environment in Linux Ubuntu

This tutorial shows how to configure the PHP development environment in the Ubuntu operating system (7.10 and later). This involves installing and configuring the PHP engine, a MySQL database, an Apache web server, and the XDebug debugger. his tutorial shows how to configure the PHP development environment in Ubuntu 7.04 and later. You need to: … Continue reading “Configuring the PHP Development Environment in Linux Ubuntu”

How To Put WordPress Site Into Maintenance Mode

Sometimes, you may have the need to put your website into maintenance mode for upgrades. This would make your website temporarily unavailable to public access. You wouldn’t want errors to pop up when you are running important updates in the background, right? There are several ways of putting a website into maintenance mode, and the … Continue reading “How To Put WordPress Site Into Maintenance Mode”

15 Useful .htaccess Snippets for Your WordPress Site

Having a well-configured .htaccess file is crucial if you want to increase security and reduce vulnerabilities on your WordPress site. Usually, the main goal of creating a custom .htaccess file is to prevent your site from being hacked but it’s also an excellent way to handle redirects and manage cache-related tasks. .htaccess is a configuration … Continue reading “15 Useful .htaccess Snippets for Your WordPress Site”